Monday, 26 October 2015

Get what you need!

We find what we need in what we have available.

50 people could be the witness to something and they would have a different perception of what happened. We filter everything we perceive.

When we read a book, we get what we want from it. The only thing that makes us orient our learning is the restricted surrounding of a school. When you remove the strict surrounding, we take only what we want.

We only take what we can understand or interpret. Our interpretation can be very different from what the author may have wanted to teach.

We always get the answer we need. It’s up to us to take it or not.

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